Executive Producer/Writer/Producer/Director Attila(as Attila Kállai)
Stars Jonathan Hamilton, Virginia Vella, Shauna Nickel, Sean Yourcheck, Andrew Brough, Tracy Varju, Mark Bailey
Genre b-horror, experimental, sci-fi, dark comedy
Tagline nothing is what you think
Synopsis In this Student B-Horror Movie Comedy, a sinister force stalks four teenagers. Four friends are stalked by a werewolf as they walk home from an evening out-picking them off one by one. But unknown to some, that not all friends are friends.
Time 15 minutes
Links VIVO, IMDB
Production Dates Spring 2004 - October 15 2005
Shoot Dates August 2004, June 2005
-September 1 2014, internet
-July 2010, Shapiro B-Horror Movie Film Festival(Japan)
-October 16 2005, Public Premiere(Vancouver, Canada)(VIVO)
-Screening Invitation Shapiro B-Horror Movie Film Festival 2010(NO AWARDS)
Content Minor Violence, Rated 13+
JONATHAN HAMILTON - Eric
VIRGINIA VELLA - Cloe Hood
SEAN YOURCHECK - Alex
SHAUNA NICKEL - Stephanie
ANDREW BROUGH - Werewolf 1/Werewolf 2
TRACY VARJU - Werewolf
MARK BAILEY - Werewolf(voice)
ATTILA(as ATTILA KÁLLAI) - Writer/Director/Editor/Executive Producer/Producer/Composer/Stunt Coordinator/Camera
ALLISON SIEMENS - Executive Assistant
CARSON MCQUIRRIE - Assistant to Director
RAY FANCY - Assistant to Director
SEAN YOURCHECK - Assistant Camera
MANDY HAVAS - Key Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist, Special Effects Makeup Artist
VIRGINIA VELLA - Stunts
ANDREW BROUGH - Stunts
JUSTIN SMITH - Chief Lighting Tech/Casting Assistant/Casting Room Camera Operator
ANDREW BROUGH - Stunts
VIRGINIA VELLA - Stunts
MARK BAILEY - Composer/Sound Effects/Foley
JUDIT BEKESSY - Transportation Captain
TIBOR BEKESSY - Production Assistant
BRYANT OLENDER - Production Assistant
SMITH FAMILY - Special Thanks
ELISSA B. FRITTAION - Special Thanks
TIM ARDENNE - Special Thanks
ROB CRYMBLE - Special Thanks
MIKE SAUL - Special Thanks
DAVE NURSE - Special Thanks
RCMP PITT MEADOWS - Special Thanks
VIDEO IN - Special Thanks
SALVATION ARMY - Costumes
MARKET PLACE IGA - Catering
ATKA FILMS - Production Company/Executive Company/Distributor/Craft Service/Insurance/Premiere Event Organizer/Costumes
DAMAGED VIDEO PRODUCTIONS - Production Company
FIRST TOUCH ENTERTAINMENT - Production Company
-ATKA FILMS AND ATTILA APOLOGIZE FOR MISSPELLING ELISSA B. FRITTAION'S NAME IN THE CREDITS
-In 2010 Atka Films was invited to the Shapiro Japanese Horror Film Festival to screen "Dinner"; but due to the fact that this film was shot so early on; before Attila had any plans on really making films and distributing; there was nothing more than a handshake; so because of not being able to find a contact for one person to get their release, they could not show the film. There would have been a potential to cut out that persons credits, but the original footage was gone, and the quality was also very low-so any editing would have destroyed any real enjoyment.
-Attila was casting for two feature films "Friend "Til the Bitter End" and "Breeders", when he met this great teen cast in the audition room, which blew his mind so much he knew he wanted to do a projects with this group; but didn't have a script-so he wrote one.
-Attila has actually done other projects with Andrew Brough on "Friends 'Til the Bitter End"-which turned into a short; but has plans to be a feature; and Jonathan Hamilton on "Black Vanilla"-which also turned out to be a short, but will be recreated as a feature with a sequel.
-A sequel is planned, a scary sequel. Possible titles would be "Dinner 2", "D2".
-A possible trilogy has been brought up by interested actors; titles for the trilogy "Dinner", "Breakfast", "Lunch".
-Allison Siemens was miss-credited as "Executive Producer" for the film on the posters.
-The first short movie-as opposed to film; from the director that was not a class project.
-10th film for Atka Films, and the 9th film for Attila as filmmaker.
-The only thing about this film Attila regrets is the "boing" sound effect in the film; he hates it and wishes someone told him how terrible it was-ironically even though this is an experimental film for him; it just doesn't fit. If he could, he would remove it.
-The project was to be put on hold as the director was contracted to shoot a feature film; and thus putting the production behind nine months if they went ahead and shot the project. It was decided by the cast that the project should go forward, and have the post production last 14 months.
-Later the composer Mark and director Attila would work together again, as the composer would take on his first project as director.
-Jonathan Hamilton had previously worked with the director twice before.
-The werewolf prosthetic was destroyed accidentally one day before filming, and thus a Halloween mask was used instead-were it was cut up in pieces and then glued to the actor's face.
script(with director's notes)